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National Career Club With Metro Area Chapters
Low-Income At-Risk High School/College Youth
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High School Pearls
Aspirational At-Risk, Low-Income Youth Seeking To
Double Their Career Income Potential Via PWP Career Club Membership. 


They develop Essential Soft Skills Valued By Employers in Targeted Industries.

Level 1

Freshmen

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Level 2

Sophomores

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Level 3

Juniors

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Level 4

Seniors

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Many at-risk students perform poorly in high school because they receive little or no career guidance or advice Yet, they aspire a better life. They are frustrated and disappointed. They believe college is their best way out of poverty. But, with no resources, no strategy, and no support, college is an unrealistic option.

PWP - A Co-Curricular Career Club for Pearls 
Despite difficult circumstances, the at-risk students identified by PWP have the natural gifts and talents they need to prosper in career life. By joining a PWP chapter at their high school, they develop skills by participating in a College Track process that enables them to graduate from high school and go on to college while remaining in the PWP Pipeline.   




High School Pearl Membership Fee: $10 Per Year






Learn More About the PWP College Track Process  

After joining the club, pearls are certified by a teacher advisor to be low-income and at-risk before being inducted as a club member.

 Upon joining, each applicant must complete a personal PEARL assessment 28-point interview conducted by teacher advisors. 

Click Here To Review Assessment Factors




At-Risk Factors (Learn More )

1. Student Lives In High Crime Zip Code

2. Student Resides In Single Parent Household

3. Parents of Student Have No College Degree or Certification

4. Student Knows People Who Are Involved With Illegal Drugs

At-Risk Factors (Learn More )

5. One or More Parents Have A Criminal Record

6. Student is Exposed To Family Violence or Abuse

7. Household of Student Shows Instability

8. Student Knows/Is Influenced By Gang Members